A couple open boat charters on the 48 Viking with Capt. Phil Dulanie at the helm had decent trips but perhaps the best of it was the Mike Farrell charter with 25 yellowfin in the Hudson Wednesday to Thursday. COM IF YOU WANT A SPOT OR THE WHOLE BOAT or Call - 732-272-4445 The northeast wind put a big dent in fishing today, but that worked in my favor when I cast from shore in Shark River during a light rain with no boat traffic.
Boaters planning to fish next month's JCAA Fluke Tournament can save 30 and make themselves eligible for extra winnings by taking advantage of an early entry today, as detailed by Paul Haertel JCAA Fluke Tournament - Sign up by 7 24 for Early Incentives On August 5th, 2017, the Jersey Coast Anglers Association will hold its 23rd Annual Fluke Tournament. This year there will be special cash prizes for early entrants (enter by 7 24) who catch the largest fluke, 1st place - 1000., 2nd place - 500 and 3rd place - 250.
Share on Facebook Had a decent drift for a good part of the trip and the EB II Saturday regulars slugged away at a mix of quality fluke and seabass in a couple of different areas today. Share on Facebook Had a decent drift for a good part of the trip and the EB II Saturday regulars slugged away at a mix of quality fluke and seabass in a couple of different areas today.
The Jamaica from Brielle had caught a mix of the small blues plus mackerel to the southeast on Thursday, but that was very slow this morning before there was a call from Capt. Ed Yates of the Hunter from Barnegat who ran across blues on the way offshore for bottom fishing. The Mimi VI will be sailing open for bottom fishing on Monday at 7 a. m. from Point Pleasant Beach.
Capt. Ron Santee has been fishing sticky bottom with his Fishermen from Atlantic Highlands, and on Tuesday watched an angler on his Fishermen from Atlantic Highlands catch one pool winner after another as Capt. Chaos boated fluke of 7 5 8, 8 7 16, and 9 9 16 pounds There was some great bluefishing in Raritan Bay up through Saturday, when I ended up there with Bob Correll of Bay Head on his Boston Whaler -- along with the entire bluefish fleet from Belmar to Brooklyn. Jim Hutchinson Sr reports for the Beach Haven Charter Boat Association as follows While the inshore fishing action in the Beach Haven area is continuing on a steady pace, the offshore action for the captains of the Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association is not only strong but continually improving.
Following is a press release from last week with some good news for anglers Bipartisan Group of Senators Introduce thes Modern Fish Act Recreational Fishermen Laud Wicker, Nelson and Colleagues Washington, D. C. - July 10, 2017 - Today, the recreational fishing and boating community praised the Senate introduction of the Modern Fish Act by Senators Roger Wicker (R-Miss. )The Modernizing Recreational Fisheries Management Act of 2017 (Modern Fish Act) would improve public access to America's federal waters, promote conservation of our natural marine resources and spur economic growth.
I didn't even have the first ray release at Castaways Tackle in Point Pleasant, as Randy, another regular there, had hooked up south of me after seeing rays chasing bait on the surface. Today's trip was good for sea bass, ling and some fluke.
2-pound fluke aboard Brian Mackay's boat on Saturday, there was doubt as to if it would be big enough to stand up in the two-day Sandy Hook Bay Anglers Fluke Tournament l As it turned out, that 29-incher was a runaway winner. 6lbs 25 Mike Menzel South Amboy, NJ Largest Saturday Fish 200.
Jim Hutchinson Sr. reports The weather is hot in Beach Haven, and the fishing on the boats of the Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association continues to heat up on both inshore trips and those offshore to the canyons. Captain John Lewis had the Insatiable out bottom fishing and landed a wide variety of fish including fluke, black sea bass, and ling.